This Japanese Genius Will Change How You Look At Toilet Paper And Other Everyday Objects
Tatsuya Tanaka is a Japanese artist (not to be confused with the footballer) who has created playful tiny diorama out of food and other everyday items on his Instagram account @tanaka_tatsuya for his project, "Miniature Calendar"
What's even more impressive is that Tanaka has started doing this since 2011 and he has been posting a new picture every single day!
Tanaka has this clever way of making mundane everyday objects you can find at home and turn it into something interesting
“Everyone must have had similar thoughts at least once,” writes Tanaka of his “Miniature Calendar” project.
“Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look like a forest, or the tree leaves floating on the surface of the water might sometimes look like little boats.“
Like how you never saw Rubik's cubes as stained glass walls but he did...
... or how he transformed a toilet roll into a 'waterfall'
... and he has definitely put his old cassettes into good use
We suspect that he probably buys fruit often but not eat them
And ice-cream treats could turn into a snowboarding session...
... or possibly a diving session too
Just when you thought it's difficult enough to come up with a creative idea everyday, Tanaka challenged himself to come up with a stop-motion animation
We reckon that he will excel if he works in an advertising agency
To date, Tanaka has posted more than 2500 photos and currently has more than 320k followers on Instagram!
Follow Tanaka here for more creative miniature photography